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No quick fixes for Ferrari in 2015

No quick fixes for Ferrari in 2015

Ferrari's new bosses say there will be no quick fixes for the Formula 1 team, as it bids to recover from a dire 2014 season

Mercedes man Clear defects to Ferrari

Mercedes man Clear defects to Ferrari

The Ferrari Formula 1 team has confirmed the signing of Lewis Hamilton's performance engineer Jock Clear as a replacement for ousted engineering director Pat Fry

Marchionne: Ferrari paying for errors

Marchionne: Ferrari paying for errors

New Ferrari chairman Sergio Marchionne has admitted the Formula 1 team made "too many mistakes" in recent seasons and called upon the Scuderia to fulfil its potential

Ask Gary Anderson: Can McLaren-Honda match Mercedes?

Ask Gary Anderson: Can McLaren-Honda match Mercedes?

AUTOSPORT's technical expert GARY ANDERSON answers your questions, including whether McLaren-Honda can challenge Mercedes, who was 2014's biggest improver and the mistakes he made in his career

Breaking News

Manor absent as calendar unveiled

The GP3 Series has confirmed a renewed calendar of nine rounds supporting Formula 1 next season, but has still to secure a replacement entry for the defunct Marussia Manor squad

No quick fixes for Ferrari in 2015

Ferrari's new bosses say there will be no quick fixes for the Formula 1 team, as it bids to recover from a dire 2014 season

Marchionne: Ferrari paying for errors

New Ferrari chairman Sergio Marchionne has admitted the Formula 1 team made "too many mistakes" in recent seasons and called upon the Scuderia to fulfil its potential

Mercedes man Clear defects to Ferrari

The Ferrari Formula 1 team has confirmed the signing of Lewis Hamilton's performance engineer Jock Clear as a replacement for ousted engineering director Pat Fry

Auto GP to merge with rival series

Auto GP will merge with the fledgling Formula Acceleration 1 series in a bid to boost grids for both categories in 2015

F1 News

No quick fixes for Ferrari in 2015

Ferrari's new bosses say there will be no quick fixes for the Formula 1 team, as it bids to recover from a dire 2014 season

Marchionne: Ferrari paying for errors

New Ferrari chairman Sergio Marchionne has admitted the Formula 1 team made "too many mistakes" in recent seasons and called upon the Scuderia to fulfil its potential

Mercedes man Clear defects to Ferrari

The Ferrari Formula 1 team has confirmed the signing of Lewis Hamilton's performance engineer Jock Clear as a replacement for ousted engineering director Pat Fry

Prodromou last part of McLaren puzzle

Eric Boullier says the re-capture of Peter Prodromou from Red Bull is the "final part of the puzzle" as McLaren bids to get back to winning ways in Formula 1

MotoGP News

Rossi revival 'incredible' - Marquez

Marc Marquez says the way Valentino Rossi revived his MotoGP career in 2014 after several fallow seasons was an incredible achievement that he doubts he could emulate

Marquez ends year with dirt track win

MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez rounded off his 2014 season with victory in the Superprestigio dirt track exhibition event in Barcelona on Saturday night

Yamaha: Lorenzo will learn from 2014

Yamaha MotoGP team boss Lin Jarvis is confident that Jorge Lorenzo will not repeat the mistakes that put him on the back foot from the start of the 2014 season

Melandri admits MotoGP return reluctant

Marco Melandri has admitted he only came back to MotoGP with Aprilia reluctantly and would have preferred to remain in World Superbikes for 2015

Rallying News

Kubica to stay in WRC next year

Robert Kubica will remain in the World Rally Championship next season

Bouffier to contest Monte in a Ford

Bryan Bouffier will contest the 2015 World Rally Championship opening Monte Carlo Rally in an M-Sport Ford again, after leading this year's event

Toyota closes on 2017 WRC return

A timetable for Toyota's return to the World Rally Championship is being drawn up in Japan, according to AUTOSPORT's sources in Tokyo, with a 2017 return likely

VW sceptical over Loeb return motive

Volkswagen team boss Jost Capito fears the 2015 World Rally Championship will be devalued if part-time drivers such as Sebastien Loeb benefit from the running order regulations to snatch victories

WEC News

Kristensen takes on Audi fitness role

Sportscar legend Tom Kristensen will combine his Audi ambassadorial duties with a role overseeing the fitness regimes of its drivers in the wake of his retirement from the cockpit

Jarvis: Audi LMP1 seat always the aim

New full-time Audi World Endurance Championship driver Oliver Jarvis has revealed that he has achieved the goal he set himself when he joined the German manufacturer for the 2008 season

Jarvis replaces Kristensen in Audi P1

Oliver Jarvis will replace nine-time Le Mans 24 Hours winner Tom Kristensen in Audi's main World Endurance Championship LMP1 line-up next year

US teams working on Le Mans slots

The Wayne Taylor Racing and Scuderia Corsa teams are working to take up the guaranteed entries for the Le Mans 24 Hours awarded to them by the Tudor United SportsCar Championship

WTCC News

Loeb: I must improve racecraft

Sebastien Loeb says racecraft and refining set-ups are the main areas he needs to improve for his 2015 World Touring Car Championship campaign.

Morbidelli unlikely to stay in WTCC

Ex-Formula 1 racer Gianni Morbidelli doubts he will remain in the World Touring Car Championship for 2015, with the Munnich team looking for a funded driver instead

Loeb Racing signs Bennani for 2015

Sebastien Loeb Racing has signed experienced Moroccan driver Mehdi Bennani to drive one of its two privately entered Citroen C-Elysees in next year's World Touring Car Championship

Qatar replaces Macau for 2015 WTCC

The World Touring Car Championship will replace its traditional blue riband event in Macau next season for a maiden visit to Losail in Qatar on November 20-22

IndyCar News

Kimball stays on with Ganassi

Charlie Kimball will remain with Chip Ganassi Racing for the 2015 IndyCar season, the team has confirmed

Ganassi retains Dixon and Kanaan

Scott Dixon and Tony Kanaan will continue on as Chip Ganassi Racing's spearheads for the 2015 IndyCar season, the team has confirmed

Foyt finally released from hospital

IndyCar legend AJ Foyt has been released from hospital after serious complications developed following heart surgery in November

IndyCar makes 2015 rule changes

A reduction in the amount of double-points races and the abolition of standing starts are the two main changes in the 2015 IndyCar regulations, which were released this week

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